Although each country has different national holidays and festive seasons, they share one thing: increased eating of their favourite foods.
People normally reach their lowest weight just before the holiday season starts, a study reveals.
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For those wishing to manage their weight, artificial sweeteners can help.
Some foods use ingredients like Sucralose (Splenda) to attain a low calorie level.
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The body’s DNA clock makes some people age faster no matter how healthy their lifestyle is.
Although healthy eating and physical activities are important to human health, genetics partially makes decision about our life expectancy.
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A large study on 10 million people reveals the risk of traditional painkillers.
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are often taken to reduce flu symptoms, such as fever, and ease mild to moderate pain including migraine, toothache, period pain, muscles ache, strains and rheumatoid arthritis.
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Roller coasters could remove this painful disease.
Every year more than 300,000 people with kidney stones are admitted to an emergency room in the U.S. and the treatment cost ranges from $5,000 to $10.000.
Continue reading Riding A Roller Coaster Could Cure These Type Of Patients
Lack of interest in sex is a problem for almost one quarter of men, but a new study brings some positive news…
Many men over forty have low sexual desire, but this can be improved with light therapy, similar to that used for the treatment of SAD (seasonal affective disorder).
Continue reading Sex Drive Increased By This Type Of Therapy